Attainder of Corruption: The assets of any person, and the spouse and children thereof, who has held any office of public trust or profit under the U.S. or under any one of the several states, may be seized in accordance with law upon that persons criminal conviction of malfeasance or misfeasance while in office. Requirements for electors for all offices of public trust in the United States: 1. U.S. citizen 2. 21 years old or serving in the armed forces of the United States 3. 1 year a resident in the state and district wherein the election is conducted 4. Not been convicted of any felony under the United States or under any one of the several states providing that the President of the United States and the Executive authority of the state wherein the person resides have removed this disability 5. Demonstrate once in every term of 6 years the competency which Congress may require for naturalized citizens 6. Pay a poll tax not to exceed $20 dollars or a higher amount established by Congress at the time of the election 7. Register with authorities which Congress may designate to maintain elector records 8. Be under oath to support, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the state wherein they reside General office eligibility for all offices of public trust under the U.S. Constitution or the Constitution of any one of the several states: 1. Native born U.S. citizen 2. Resident of the state and district for which the office is elected for a period of time equal to two times the term of the office sought at the time of election 3. Has not served as legal counsel under the jurisdiction of the U.S. or the jurisdiction of the state and district for which the office is elected for a period of time equal to ten years prior to the time of election (lawyers cannot seek public office) 4. Has not served in any other office of public trust under the U.S. or any one of the several states within a period of six years prior to the time of election (cannot leave one office to serve in another) 5. Has not served as a officer in any publicly traded corporation within a period of six years prior to the election (reduce corporate influence over government) 6. Receive a majority of the votes cast in the election for the office sought except when offices are assigned in proportion to the votes cast (I support proportional representation for all multi-seat elected government bodies) 7. Has not served more than two consecutive terms in the office sought 8. May not serve as legal counsel under the jurisdiction of the U.S. or the jurisdiction of the state and district for which the office is elected for a period of time equal to ten years after the expiration of the term of the office held (lawyers cannot profit by litigation that results from laws they supported while in office) 9. May not serve as an officer or board member of any corporation for a term of 10 years after leaving office (a politician cannot be rewarded by corporations they aided while serving in public office) Additional requirements per office: Eligibility to serve as President Attained the age of 50 years Eligibility to serve as U.S. Representative Attained the age of 21 years Eligibility to serve as U.S. Senator Attained the age of 40 years Alternative Parliamentary system: Senate: 1. One senator from each state appointed by the executive authority therein with the advice and consent of the legislature therein. 2. Four-year term. 3. One-quarter of the senators chosen every year. 4. No power to originate legislation or amend legislation that has been approved by the House of Representatives. 5. Shall have the power to try all impeachments under such rules as the House of Representatives may devise. Conviction by 2/3 of all Senators. Impeached person is to be immediately removed from office and subject to civil and criminal penalties that may apply. House of Representatives: 1. Each state will have 1 representative for every 200,000 votes cast therein for President in the last election. 2. Chosen by proportional representation with allowances for write-in and no party candidates. 3. Term shall be concurrent with the term of the President and may not to exceed 5 years. 4. Term shall begin on the 6th Tuesday after the last election for representatives. 5. Have the power to determine the date on which the President and Representatives are chosen by issuing a writ of election, but the election must be held on 13th Tuesday after the writ is issued and no more than 1 election may be held within any period of 6 months. 6. Shall have no power to alter legislation that is submitted by the President. 7. Shall have the power of impeachment. President: 1. Chosen by popular vote providing that the winning candidate wins a majority of the national vote and a majority of the vote in a majority of the states. 2. Chosen by the House of Representatives with each state having 1 vote in the event that no candidate wins a majority in a majority of the states. 3. Term shall be concurrent with the term for Representatives and may not to exceed 5 years. 4. Term to begin on the 6th Tuesday after the last election. 5. Have the power to determine the date on which the President and Representatives are chosen by issuing a writ of election, but the election must be held on 13th Tuesday after the writ is issued and no more than 1 election may be held within any period of 6 months. 6. Have the power to introduce legislation in the House of Representatives.